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(political) speech analysis

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S S ● 1.KURSARBEIT 11/2 ● M S E conclusion M title? who? where and when? to what audience? on what occasion ? on what topic (s) with what main aim? The excerpt from... speech (called...), which was delivered in... on the occasion of..., aims to declare to (the audience) that... ca. 50 Wörter T E A body 1. identify the rhetorical device 2. figure out its function 3. connect function with content Y R C Y Stylistic device introduction My analysis will focus on how employs different rhetorical devices and strategies like (personal pronouns, enumeration, ...) to (maintain the audience's interest as well as evoke a feeling of belonging / unity in them). summary of results historical relevance (of the speech) personal statement A S N use your own words to avoid being too close to the text - be autonomous The speaker employs a case of... in order to stress the fact how... immoral and tyrannical African dictators are. T repetition alliteration (courage and confi- dence) anaphora (if we believe, if we fight) A L с Y S I S E C E S possible aims / effects to stress/ to put emphasis on / to emphasize / to draw attention to key words / major arguments / impor - tant aspects to increase intensity Stylistic device usage of personal pronouns • drastic/vivid (lebendig) descriptions claims (instead of well balan- ced arguments) G rhetorical question (Have you ever thought of...?) enumeration (to enumerate) increase in intensity comparison (to compare sth. to/ with Sth.) / simile. personification (to personify) e.g. the USA bear responsi- bility metaphor (for) / image or Symbol (for) irony / sarcasm hyperbole / exaggeration to quote experts/authorities to refer to...

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statistics/ polls/ research direct speech / address of the listeners 。。。 word / phrase say ge+ D ● pretty often / pretty much ● ● ● · ● ● possible aims / effects to involve the listeners speaker presumes / presupposes that the audience supports his point of view / agrees with him speaker wants to involve his opinion on the aud. to create the illusion of a unity / mutual under- standing to appeal to... the emotions rather than to reason the audience's conscience no room left for doubt or questions. speaker presumes that the audience agrees with him (appeal to general knowledge / common sense) ● ... to involve audience (attention) Stimulate them to think about old beliefs to emphasize / to stress Sth.. to make the audience aware of the extent of the problem to arouse interest to simplify complicated matters by referring everyday / known experiences / phenomena /-non to simplify matters by reducing complexity to imply that an abstract phenomenon can (re)- act as a unit to arouse interest to simplify. to illustrate indirect criticism to be polemic to stress / highlight a fact to back up/ support one's own arguments to eliminate doubt. WORD to make them feel involved to appeal to the audience's conscience S Synonyms claim admit state is are quite often rather avoid kind of / sort of. T S E word / phrase thing things (e.g. the most important things) way much / way too all in all / overall с ● 0 MM E ● N body T • Synonyms values : ideas. ● Hintergrund wissen. hauptsächlich eigene Meinung brainstorming / notes → Pro / contra Tabelle → nummerieren + Begründung 3-5 Argumente/ Beispiele These bilden beliefs Introduction The (political) speech (title)... raises the question/ introduces the problem of... in the following I will / I am now going to comment on the statement that is touched upon in (speaker)'s (political) speech much too far too taking all these analytical aspects into account/ into consideration, one has to admit. in conclusion to summarize. conclusion To sum up. I am of the opinion... To come to a final conclusion ... referring to the view / arguments / example of the speaker….. considering the fact that... another significant point / fact / argument is... you also have to take into consideration that... I am convinced (that)... on the one hand..., on the other hand, In contrast to... I (do not agree with the idea that / of I would like to point out that... Looking at the two sides / taking both sides into consideration, I have to say Aufbau - Einleitung - Hauptteil Kontraargumente > stärkstes > schwächstes Proargumente > schwächstes > stärkstes Schlussteil

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conclusion
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title?
who?
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to what audience?
on what occasion ?
on what topic (s)
with what m

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statistics/ polls/ research direct speech / address of the listeners 。。。 word / phrase say ge+ D ● pretty often / pretty much ● ● ● · ● ● possible aims / effects to involve the listeners speaker presumes / presupposes that the audience supports his point of view / agrees with him speaker wants to involve his opinion on the aud. to create the illusion of a unity / mutual under- standing to appeal to... the emotions rather than to reason the audience's conscience no room left for doubt or questions. speaker presumes that the audience agrees with him (appeal to general knowledge / common sense) ● ... to involve audience (attention) Stimulate them to think about old beliefs to emphasize / to stress Sth.. to make the audience aware of the extent of the problem to arouse interest to simplify complicated matters by referring everyday / known experiences / phenomena /-non to simplify matters by reducing complexity to imply that an abstract phenomenon can (re)- act as a unit to arouse interest to simplify. to illustrate indirect criticism to be polemic to stress / highlight a fact to back up/ support one's own arguments to eliminate doubt. WORD to make them feel involved to appeal to the audience's conscience S Synonyms claim admit state is are quite often rather avoid kind of / sort of. T S E word / phrase thing things (e.g. the most important things) way much / way too all in all / overall с ● 0 MM E ● N body T • Synonyms values : ideas. ● Hintergrund wissen. hauptsächlich eigene Meinung brainstorming / notes → Pro / contra Tabelle → nummerieren + Begründung 3-5 Argumente/ Beispiele These bilden beliefs Introduction The (political) speech (title)... raises the question/ introduces the problem of... in the following I will / I am now going to comment on the statement that is touched upon in (speaker)'s (political) speech much too far too taking all these analytical aspects into account/ into consideration, one has to admit. in conclusion to summarize. conclusion To sum up. I am of the opinion... To come to a final conclusion ... referring to the view / arguments / example of the speaker….. considering the fact that... another significant point / fact / argument is... you also have to take into consideration that... I am convinced (that)... on the one hand..., on the other hand, In contrast to... I (do not agree with the idea that / of I would like to point out that... Looking at the two sides / taking both sides into consideration, I have to say Aufbau - Einleitung - Hauptteil Kontraargumente > stärkstes > schwächstes Proargumente > schwächstes > stärkstes Schlussteil